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to at least president john f. kennedy. popcorn vied against feathered riv rival caramel in an online poll. don't worry. both gobble to the end of their lives. >> we can officially declare that popcorn is the winner. proving -- there you go. proving that even a turkey with a funny name can find a place in politics. as for caramel, he's sticking around, and he's already busy raising money for his next campaign. >> unfortunately for the commander in chief, this was a brief reprieve from the pressures of the presidency. cautious white house officials are already urging staunch supporters to stay off the website this weekend to help prevent a potential crash from a second rush of users. after the glitchtastic debut october 1st. and the administration today delayed online enrollment by one year, shifting to an offline route instead. but for both the health law's supporters and opponents, it's personal. with each side using the holiday as a vehicle to spread their message. the democratic national committee launched its own website, your republican uncle.com with handy notes for defending the affordab
? >> you mean the president. >> this is the gop plan for the rest of the year. why? they don't have anything else to do. >> nobody in this country believes the republicans want to fix the website. >> the american people do not want to see a kangaroo court. >> this is not a partisan hearing. >> the pac panic is set in. >> the president didn't honor the commitment the federal government made. >> i'm inclined to agree with bill clinton. >> hillary clinton is looking to run away from obama care. >> we're better off with this law than without it. >> i don't think this is ever going to work. >> i'll join anything that won't have me. let me in, earth, wind and fire! >>> a very good afternoon to you, and in spite of aggressive attacks by its opponents, in spite of zealous campaigns to prevent its passage and implementation, it may surprise some of you to learn, the patient protection and affordable care act is, in fact, alive and kicking. just moments ago, we got the long awaited enrollment numbers for the month of october. hhs secretary, kathleen sebelius, announcing on a conference call t
against health care reform, against women's choice, and even contraception and don't forget, really, really, really, really, really against sodomy. he can hardly bare to think about all of those who might garner benefits from a democratic win. >> unions, and planned parenthood and michael bloomberg. and it's radical environmentalists who want to squash our economy. but we need to find back. >> take a hard look at that list, kuch. you and virginians might not be fighting on the same side. but not to worry. should have plenty of time to think it over tomorrow. let's get right to our panel. joining us from charlottesville is larry saab atoe, center for politics and author of "the kennedy half century. and here in new york, ari melbourne. and that enemies list, michael bloomberg, unions, who else is ken cuccinelli fighting? it does seem he has tried to array an enemies list that would galvanize his right wing base and it's not working. he's still probably going to lose. >> i don't think it's working. as a political matter, there is some chunk of the total turnout machine there that will
leaders like your next governor, ken cuccinelli. therveths don't come better than chris christie. >> they try to discern things. >> there are very real consequences when you operate ideologically. >> does ted cruz stand out to you? >> put five red necks on a mower. >> i'm being unfairly targeted by a bunch of hacks and haters. if dueling were legal in kentucky it would be a challenge. >> the last five years have not been a great time. >> a jumble of unfocused noise out of touch with the things you care about. ♪ like a song you hear that lingers in your ear ♪ ♪ but you can't forget from sundown ♪ ♪ >> this week marks one year since the 2012 presidential election and if this is the annual checkup, it's largely the president's health care law that's going through a major stress test. and right now, the white house is reaching out for support in the face of continuous oh criticism of the law and its rollout. later this evening, the president will speak about the benefits of health care reform at an organizing for action event. and later this week, he'll travel to texas to t
alone. so why shouldn't guys have to chip in? we pay for dates to get them in bed and thebt don't want to pay for maternity costs when it works out? if you're a jung and healthy man, you may pay more now, but you won't be young and healthy forever. trust me, i know. i used to be young and healthy, but that was a long, long time ago. okay. that does it for wee"the cycle." joy is in for martin today. >> borough, i saw all those movies. i'm joy reid. it's monday, november 25th and the president is deploying a west coast offense. ♪ >> most of the political headlines you have read have probably been about the launch of the affordable care act. >> frankly, don't need to talk negatively about the president of the united states. he's taken care of that pretty much on his own. >> you look beyond those headlines. some good things happening. >> president obama is speaking this afternoon in san francisco, where he will once again call on congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform. >> you know what if, they. want to chap that up. >> i was encouraged the president wouldn't stand in t
conservative state. i await your spin, and no, i don't think blaming a.c.o.r.n., the u.n. and george soros is going to do it. joy reid is in for martin today. >> darn it, we can't blame a.c.o.r.n. it's tuesday, november 5th, election day in america. and who says this is an off campaign year? ♪ >> election day, 2013. >> one of my favorite days of the year. >> two key governor races prompting all kinds of gop soul searching. >> it's the first major race between the forces of the new republican tea party. >> would not be here if he were 50 points behind, about to be your next governor. >> i'm pleased to be here for him. >> i hope you guys are fired up. >> this is a referendum on obama care. >> it's a referendum on obama care. no to obama care. >> passing the law was the easy part. >> terry mcauliffe is scared to death of what obama care is doing to terry mcauliffe. >> there has been so much noise and misinformation. >> we need to make his fears come true. >> on one night, the whole country is looking to for leadership. >> some may go down tonight, but it ain't going to b
now. >> today the president makes his case to a room of ceos. >> he's not backing down. i don't think he can back down. >> the republicans have a one-note agenda. >> trying to protect the american people from this awful law. >> that's all they want to focus on right now. >> the american people are very, very worried. moms and dads are worried, and they're worried -- >> give congress a gigantic paper bag, breathe n breathe out. >> these next two months are perhaps the president's last shot at getting things right. >> this weekend, he was booed out of basketball games. >> give some perspective. this is how a crowd greeted the crack-smoking train wreck of a mayor in toronto on saturday. ♪ >> good tuesday afternoon to you. and we begin with the president on the hot seat, bringing pennsylvania avenue to wall street and taking questions in a forum hosted by the "wall street journal." call it a meeting of the 1% 100 club. 100 of the top chief executives at washington's four seasons hotel. discussing issues as varied as cyber security, and energy policy. oh, and a little health care thrown
. i'd like to play a bit more of his interview on cnn earlier today. take a listen, matt. >> you don't think that you have a responsibility as a u.s. senator to do better than that, in terms of offering the solution for what to do next? >> well, i -- i appreciate your trying to lecture me in the morning. >> it's not a lecture, it's a concern. i'm asking what are you going to do about it? >> and i share that concern, and have every day been working to highlight the millions of people who have lost their job because of obama care. >> matt, what's your response to that? >> well i guess first i would say, in defense of ted cruz, at this point, he is on the side of public opinions latest poll i saw says i think 31% of americans believe, you know, the fave unfave have a favorable opinion of obama care. so you could argue if you're a krcht that the first step, if you want to have a new idea, new plan, is to kill this monstrosity. i do think republicans, though -- >> but the american people are not behind repeal of the law. the majority -- the plurality of american people want to change the
has been more frustrated. i wanted to go in and fix it myself, but i don't write code, so -- we're going to fix the website, because the insurance plans are there. they are good and millions of americans are already finding that they'll gain better coverage for less cost, and it's the right thing to do. >> and that robust emphasis on solutions extends to the controversy over the cancellation of some policies in favor of new ones meeting minimum standards. in an exclusive interview with our own chuck todd, the president addressed the if you like it you can keep it furor. >> i am sorry that they, you know, are finding themselves in this situation, based on assurances they got from me. we've got to work hard to make sure that they know we hear them, and that we're going to do everything we can to deal with folks who find themselves in a tough position as a consequence of this. >> and notice, the working hard to deal with it part at the end of that apology. and the president expressed his hope that americans will remember that an overhaul of a deeply broken health care system is no
obama care. >> you don't have to like the laws of the land but you do have to respect those laws. >> republicans have been very, very fair to this president. >> a deliberate effort to refight the election is not normal. >> a good thursday afternoon to you. we begin with republican obstruction finally pushing democrats to go nuclear. changing the rules of the senate to clear the way for several of the president's nominees. the landmark vote detonated just after noon striking down nearly 225 years of precedent ending long standing filibuster rules and breaking republicans' hold on presidential picks for the cabinet and judiciary. a short time ago the president supported the move saying the meaning of advise and consent has been lost on his opponents. >> it is no longer used in a responsible way to govern. it is used as a reckless and relentless tool to grind all business to a halt. the american people deserve better than politicians who run for election telling them how terrible government is and devoting their time in elected office to make government not work as often as possible
brothers on that team have lost their minds. like cordel, i don't understand the locker room. does it for "the cycle." martin, before we go, our family has been missing somebody, and we're all glad that steve is back. >> thank you. good afternoon, it's monday, november the 11th. and on this veterans day, we honor your sacrifice, and your service to the nation. >> thank you to that greatest generation, the heroes who risked everything through the bitter cold of korea, and the stifling heat of vietnam. our 9/11 generation of veterans from iraq, and afghanistan. we need to serve them as well as they serve us. if you fight for your country overseas, you should never have to fight for a job when you come home. put our veterans to work. rebuilding america. we're helping more of them earn their degrees, helping hundreds of community colleges and universities do more to welcome and encourage our veterans on campus. more than 1 million troops were turned to civilian life. we're going to have to work even harder on behalf of our entire nation. thank you for everything you've done, and will c
, november the 12th. and why don't we just cut to the chase? ♪ >> insight into what a head-to-head match-up of chris christie and hillary clinton would look like. >> the numbers are really interesting. >> clinton leading by ten points nationally. >> clinton was never this dominate in 2005 and 2006. >> christie leads among whites, seniors and rich people. >> old white guys, stay alive. >> he starts the 2016 race very close to where rudy guiliani did. >> 18 million cracks in it. >> nobody wants to listen to the loser. >> the split is far more stark among african-americans. >> if you want to triple your african-american vote as a republican, show up. >> clinton would lead, and this is not a typo, 83-4. >> this myth that because shaquille o'neal did a commercial for chris christie, he magically gets black voters. >> if we can blast 50 women into space, we will someday launch a woman into the white house. >> it may be the momentous date of 11/12/13, but for some, 11/8/2016 cannot come quickly enough. with both republicans and democrats hitching their white house aspirations to those supposed
. that might have helped ken cuccinelli coming down the stretch. >> do you buy that, bob? >> no, i don't. because when you look at those numbers, 53-46, opposition to obama care among people who voted in virginia yesterday. that's just not a big enough margin, especially when the people who thought it was their top issue didn't care that much about, and they split down the middle. so i don't buy that. i think matt is right, though, that there is a real blame game going on in the republican party. there are people blaming chris christie receipt now. he was asked to go down there and campaign for cuccinelli, and he refused. he won that big victory yesterday. now he's out there saying conservative, conservative, conservative, every chance he gets. he may pull in his own distinctive way. but i think he's going to have big trouble when he gets to the tea party dominated republican primaries 2016. >> and matt, that gets to a question he was going to ask you. you know, the support that terry mcauliffe got was not only financial, but big-time political. he had the president, the vice president
succeed, make sure our communities could succeed and if you don't believe me listen to one of your coworkers. sharon brown earlier this year brought a special guest with him along with the state of the union address. one of your coworkers, cookie hall, where is she? >> she is back at the hall working. >> she's back at the hall working? well, let me say something nice about her behind her back. to cookie said one of -- let me make sure i can find this. she said -- that night, she said, if i get a chance to meet president obama, i'll tell him my greatest pride is in our 2012 production record at cleveland works. we're the most productive steel world. steel of this plant. that's pretty good. so all of you are an example of what we do when we put our minds to it. this plant was closed for a while. we go through hard times. and a lot of our friends are still going through hard times, but when we work at it, we know we can get to a better place. and we can restore some security to a middle class that was forged in plants just like this one and keep giving ladders of opportunity for folks
, or does he see tsa as, you know, agents in his way? so we don't know that quite yet. was he going to continue on into the terminal? and you know, try to get on an aircraft? you know, the plot won't necessarily make sense. but we just don't really have what he decided he was going to do. the mission seems somewhat suicidal. if he was just going to shoot everybody at the -- all the tsa agents. or was he going to try to get on an aircraft. >> hey, jim, i want to go back to something that pete williams reported, and i think you also mentioned, that the gunman was found to have anti-government materials on him. do you have any insights into what those materials might say? how would authorities glean the fact that this -- the suspect had anti-government leanings. >> any writings he had, could have been on his cell phone, phone, could have had writings bashing the government, attacking leadership in the government. agencies of the government. you know, people hear this talk constantly on the airways. it's become almost a sickness they talk about -- the way they talk about the government.
job well. if i'm doing my yob well, that is good for the people here. i don't see it has a burden. you have to have a huge ego. it's such a burden for you to be speculating about me being the leader of the free world. oh, stop. that's a pretty huge ego. it's complimentary, it's flattering, and i have no problem with it. >> sure. he and his incredible humility have no problem with it. as for the rabid right wing media, not so much. >> you have got so many people in the media celebrating the christie win as the road to the future for the republican party. what does that tell you? you know what? for one, i'm tired of the media picking our candidate for us, and they're trying to do it here. >> he's wrong in terms of the conservative base on immigration, on guns, on the economy, on green technology being the future. how does he win in a red state? >> gee, with endorsements like that, how can he lose? it appears dear mr. sean hannity is still seeing red over the hug that broke a thousand romney supporters' hearts. >> i didn't hear him call president obama a liar on health care and that bothe
to them, were insulating themselves against sound bites. >> i don't think you can tell what will happen next year, but i will tell you this. democrats stand tall in support of the affordable care act. jobs will be the major issue in the campaign, as they always are. >> indeed. but despite three years of jobs growth, despite the deficit being cut in half, despite the dow breaking a record 16,000 earlier today, and closing just shy of that mark, there remains a prevailing narrative that the health care fracca has doomed the president's second term, and led to a deeply depressed commander in chief. as imagined, on "saturday night live." >> are you feeling depressed? run down? like you just can't win? are you the president of the united states? ask your doctor for paxil. second-term strength. the only antidepressant strong enough for an embattled second term. >> and don't worry, speaker boehner, there is a congressional version of that too. let's bring in our panel now. with us from washington is dana milbank, political column inconsistent from "the washington post" and norm orenstein from
the affordable care act better. >> yeah. >> i don't know one. >> but you see -- the thing is, what we don't understand is, mr. issa is the wealthiest member of congress. he has assets that are around half $1 billion. i just don't understand why he's there. he clearly isn't doing it for money purposes, for financial purposes. and yet every action he takes is to deny people of an average middle class people access to affordable health care. >> yeah. yeah, well, i can tell you that people in my district that are excited about the affordable care act, people who have never had insurance, and now they're having an opportunity to get insurance, i've got women who have lupus, who have had tremendous difficulty getting insurance. they'll never be able to get it. and we've got a lot of people who simply want to stay alive and stay healthy. and so we've got to make this work. by the way, martin, failure is not an option. >> no. >> and i hear a lot in our committee, chairman issa and others saying we cannot get this done. we will get this done. the website will be resolved, and we'll move forward. >
cool technologies that i don't exactly understand how they work. but -- were really neat to look at. and by the way, we've done all this while bringing down our deficits. after years of -- of trillion-dollar deficits, we have reined in spending. you would think sometimes listening to folks in washington that we haven't made any progress on that front. we wound down two wars, we changed the tax code that was too skewed towards the wealthiest americans at the expense of the middle class. you add it up, we have cut our deficits by more than half, and they continue to go down faster than any time since world war ii. so all totalled, our businesses have created 7.8 billion jobs, america has gone farther, recovered faster than most other industrialized nations. but as melody said, we've got more work to do. stock markets are doing great. corporate profits soaring. but too many americans aren't sharing in that success. and everybody here -- >> good afternoon, i'm joy reid in for martin bashir. we've been watching president obama wrapping up his three-day west coast tour, speaking on the ec
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